- Stop anti-social snoring
- Get a proper night's rest
- Comfortable-to-wear mouthpiece
- Wear it and continue to breathe as normal
14 day money-back guarantee
Snoring is a very common problem that disturbs the sleep of many of us... but there's no need to suffer any longer! Ideal World would like to introduce the Snore Wizard - a mouth piece that could help you get the good night's sleep you crave.
- 1 x Snore Wizard
- 1 x Case
What is snoring?
In most cases snoring is the sound made by vibrations of the soft palate and other tissue in the mouth, nose and throat caused by turbulence inside the airway when breathing in. The snoring or turbulence is caused by a partial blockage which can be located anywhere, but usually at the soft palate at the back of the throat. This usually only occurs during sleep when the muscles relax and there is insufficient muscle tone to stop the airway tissue from vibrating (normally, during waking hours, muscle tone keeps the airway clear).
Not only does the person snoring have a bad night's sleep, but so does the person forced to listen. If you can stop the snoring, both parties will have a better night's sleep and wake feeling refreshed.
How does Snore Wizard work and what does it do?
It is well documented that if you bring the lower jaw just a few millimetres forward, in a large number of cases this can ease or stop snoring as the soft palate restriction is opened up.
Some people have these devices specially made by dentists, but these are expensive and time-consuming. The Snore Wizard is a simple device that is designed to move the lower jaw slightly forward; it is made out of soft plastic and comfortable to wear - all you do is pop it in your mouth, close your mouth, and the snoring will usually stop!
The questions people usually ask are...
Is it comfortable? Obviously sleeping with something in your mouth takes a little while to get used to, but most people usually find they get used to it within a week.
How does one size fit all? Unlike hard plastic devices that have to be heated and moulded to your teeth shape, the Snore Wizard is made in a semisoft plastic that fits to the shape of most people's jaws, as the front jaw profile does not vary greatly.
How do you breathe? There is a breathing hole which allows mouth breathing, although a lot of people continue to breathe through their nose once they use a Snore Wizard.
Is it medically approved? The Snore Wizard is a mandibular advancement device that is acknowleged by sleep experts as one of the best ways to treat snoring, and is used and recommend by NHS sleep clinics around the country.
Does it work for everyone who snores? No as there are different types of snoring, but it works for most people and if it does not work for you, or you don’t like it, just post it back for a full refund.
How long will it last? Depending on how often it is used, it will last for about a year on average.
IMPORTANT The Snore Wizard is not suitable for:
- Sufferers of severe sleep apnoea (mild sleep apnoea is OK)
- Those with breathing difficulties, such as severe asthma or epilepsy
- Those with sensitive teeth, loose teeth or prone to jaw-ache
- Anyone who has dentures, and removes them at night
Please note: This is not a medical device and may not work on all people.
Avoid sleeping on your back if you can – you are much more likely to snore in that position.
Cut down on alcohol in the evening – it makes you much more likely to snore; so do sleeping pills as the muscles relax more.
Try and sleep with your head slightly raised – you can do this by bunching up a pillow – the throat stays clearer that way.
Your order will be dispatched within 3-5 working days. Most deliveries require someone to accept and sign for the delivery to ensure the goods are received correctly. To help you we can arrange for delivery to be made elsewhere. Click here for more information.
We hope you like your purchase, however, if you are not entirely satisfied with any item,
it may be sent back to us for a refund, provided it is returned within 14 days (unless otherwise specified)
from the date of dispatch. Please click here for more information.